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America: The Last Beacon of Hope
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When: Monday, April 11th
7-9 pm EST
Where: FACE classroom
4225 Portsmouth Blvd
Chesapeake, Virginia  23321
United States
Presenter: Bishop E.W. Jackson
Contact: Max Lyons

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The Foundation for American Christian Education is pleased to announce

 a lecture in a series of Lessons in Liberty


Bishop E.W. Jackson will present:  

                                                                America: The Last Beacon of Hope                                                               

 On Monday, April 11th   in our

Chesapeake, VA. classroom and live online, 7:00-9:00 pm EST


Romans 15:4 declares, "For whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope."  In this lecture, Bishop E.W. Jackson will give an overview of American history through the lens of a Biblical perspective.  Bishop Jackson will help to dispel the secular distortions of the Founding Fathers and the principles used to form America.  The United States of America is the last beacon of hope to the world when it comes to freedom and liberty.  With everything that is occurring today--nationally and internationally--it is more imperative than ever to have a firm understanding of the true history and foundation of the United States and why it is so important to sustain that foundation.


E.W. Jackson was the Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia in the 2013 elections. He won the Republican nomination at the party's primary convention on May 18, 2013, marking the first time in a quarter century that Virginia Republicans nominated an African-American candidate for a statewide post.

Bishop Jackson is a minister at Exodus Faith Ministries, a nondenominational church in Chesapeake, Virginia, which he founded. A former Democrat, Jackson changed his party affiliation after realizing that his religious beliefs aligned more with the traditional values supported by the Republican Party. In 2012, Jackson made his first run for public office on the Republican ticket for U.S. Senate.

To register, go to ­­­­ . A charge of $10 (individual or family) includes the live presentation, video-recorded session and handouts.

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